This is How Your Wallet Will Change the World

The global consumer economy is valued at $35 trillion and women’s spending accounts for $28 trillion. Thats Power! Power to achieve gender equality! Read More

Why Asking For a Fair Go Is Risky and How to Solve It.

The image of the laconic Aussie bloke saying ‘Fair go mate’ is one that many Australian’s are familiar with. We even had a Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, who famously first used a variant of the phrase: ‘fair shake of the sauce bottle’ in 2006. Well now its my time to echo our 26th Prime Minister and say ‘fair shake of the sauce bottle’, because whilst many of us love Australian bush slang and phraseology, it seems that it doesn’t translate to providing women in Australia an actual fair go.  Read More

What Is The Invisible Barrier For Women in Sport?

Despite the many social and organisational benefits of advancing women in leadership within the sporting sector, Australian sporting clubs and organisations have been slow to catch on. Why? Read More

Now Is The Time to Talk About More Money in Sport

There is undeniable evidence that advancing more women in sports leadership means they will earn more and will spend more in sport. This is a win, win, win situation for sport, the economy and of course for women.  Read More

It’s a Long Way to the Top of the Influencer Game

Reaching the top of your game and becoming ‘highly influential’ in your field is what many aspire to. Like with many things in life, we paint a picture of what it would be like to hold true influence and power in our field – the things we could do, the money we could make, the way we could change the world. Read More

Its Time to Talk About Freedom, Empowerment and Equality.

It’s undeniable that in many ways we have come a tremendous long way with female empowerment. From the beginnings of the women’s rights movement through to 2018, we’ve achieved a great deal however, we still have a long way to go. Read More

How to maintain the (out)rage about gender inequality

Whilst our national gender pay gap has reached its lowest level in 20 years at 14.6%, there are still 62 additional days from the end of the previous financial year that women must work to earn the same pay as men. Read More

Why is He Paid More Than Me?

Women do ask for pay rises as much as men. But they are much less likely to get them. Leaders must step in to address the gender pay gap, here is how. Read More

5 Ways You Can Make Sure Women are Paid Equally

The gender pay gap gets a lot of press. However, it doesn’t get the same amount of action. The gender pay gap in Australia has teetered between 14 – 19% for over twenty years. What is it going to take to move this from conversation to action? One word. Leadership! Read More

What in the World is Stopping Women in Sport?

When I first started out to understand what it was really like for women working in the sporting sector in Australia, I wasn’t anticipating being particularly surprised. I was. In fact, I was shocked. Read More